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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY22 is not expected to be complete until September, 2023.

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  1. Catalyst Facilitated Waste Water Treatment (CFWWT) System with Hot Water Production

    SBC: Altex Technologies Corporation            Topic: 1A

    Building scale wastewater treatment systems are needed to support the reuse of water in arid regions and reduce the burden on combined storm water and wastewater sewer infrastructure in very wet regions. Current bacteria based natural treatment systems have slow reaction rates and would have too large a footprint for modular wastewater treatment systems for buildings. The proposed Catalyst Facilit ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Modular Household Water Reuse (MHWR)

    SBC: Altex Technologies Corporation            Topic: 1A

    According to Department of Housing and Urban Development, approximately 32.6 million residences, or 24.6% of housing in the U.S. are multifamily. For these residents the cost of water is included in their rent and, therefore, there is no incentive for the residents to save water. Low-cost modular technologies are needed that building owners can implement on site to treat water locally, as a result ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Modular STORM REGEN® Technology for De-Centralized Water Reuse

    SBC: Environmental Business Solutions, Inc.            Topic: 1A

    Environmental Business Solutions, Inc., (EBS) President, James Hinkley, is the inventor of STORM REGEN® - a patented, lab tested technology solution, providing a modular, decentralized mobile treatment process for the specific purpose of non-potable water reuse at the original point source when cleaning a storm pretreatment system. EBS is a valued service provider in the Northwest, with 22 years ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Fieldable Analyzer for Rapid Microplastics Detection (FARMD)

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: 1B

    Plastic pollution is a pernicious problem because plastic debris does not biodegrade. Environmental weathering breaks down plastics into smaller pieces, called microplastics (MPs) that now infiltrate all major ecosystems. The impacts of MPs on the environment and on human health are challenging to measure because these small and dilute pollutants are difficult to quantify. PSI will develop a stand ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. Fieldable GC-MS for in-situ, real-time, water analysis for detection of a broad range of organic contaminants

    SBC: Detect-Ion LLC            Topic: 1D

    Detect-Ion proposes to leverage a low size, weight, and power (SWaP) trace chemical sensing technology called “chipscale mass spectrometry” developed via the recent IARPA MAEGLIN and DARPA SIGMA+ chemical sensing programs (2017-2021) and adapt the current 10-L GC-MS prototype (called “ACHILLES”) to extract, identify, and quantify volatile and semi-volatile organic contaminants present in w ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. PFAS Enrichment to Screen for> 10,000 PFAS Compounds Using a HF Specific Sensor

    SBC: Professional Technical Services, Inc (dba EST Analytical)            Topic: 1D

    Polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are chemicals that have been manufactured for over 60 years. Due to their wide use in food packaging, fire retardant fabrics, emergency response aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF), carpets and cooking appliances, PFAS compounds can be found in almost every person on the planet. Known as, “PBT” compounds they are Persistent and do not breakdown in the environment ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. Total PFAS Sensor for Field-Deployable Testing of Complex Water Environments

    SBC: SYNTRO TEK CORPORATION            Topic: 1D

    This SBIR project addresses the development and eventual commercialization of a new, field-deployable sensor for rapidly determining total PFAS in complex water environments (i.e., drinking water, surface water, groundwater and wastewater); thereby, minimizing the cost, labor and time restraints currently imposed by well-established analytical methods using liquid chromatography and tandem mass sp ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. The Influence Platform: Innovative Technology to Boost Community Outreach and Engagement

    SBC: Influence Apps, Inc.            Topic: 3A

    The EPA needs technology solutions to foster social networking, dialogue, and grassroots initiatives to help build community resilience in disaster response and recovery. With an audience size expected to reach approximately 3.96 billion users worldwide in 2022, social media platforms enable direct communication with large segments of the population. The Department of Homeland Security described ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. An Approach to Building Community Resilience Through Behavioral Interventions and An Immersive Virtual Reality Environment (BIIVR)

    SBC: Spectral Energies, LLC            Topic: 3A

    The planning, design, and construction of sustainable buildings is a complex process. Sustainable design requires a system thinking perspective, coordination across multidisciplinary team members, focus on long-term resilient outcomes and not just immediate gains, and creativity to develop new design solutions. Design and construction teams commonly use decision tools, techniques, and checklists t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. Decentralized Wastewater Treatment for the Removal of Pathogens and Organic Contaminants via Combined Foam Fractionation and Submerged Pulsed Spark Plasma

    SBC: AA Plasma LLC            Topic: 1A

    Factors such as an increase in the global antibiotic availability, shortcomings in wastewater treatment, increased antibiotic distribution, and high antibiotic use in livestock feed have led to the rapidly-developing threat of antibiotic resistant bacteria. This rise in infection incidence from pathogens resistant to previously-reliable medical defenses poses a serious problem to public health. AA ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
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